WATCH: Makhadzi’s academic qualifications revealed

WATCH: Makhadzi’s academic qualifications revealed

She has a certificate in public Rlrelations. Check out Makhadzi’s academic qualifications, as she fails spelling.

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South African musician Makhadzi’s academic qualifications were revealed after she posted a picture joking about going back to school.

Makhadzi remains one of the country’s most talented musicians; her fan base goes beyond South Africa. She has had shows across Africa in other countries like Botswana and Zimbabwe in the past few months.

However, many fans have been questioning her intellect. Several times, Makhadzi posted on social media, failing to spell English words correctly.

Sharing on her Instagram, Makhadzi displayed more poor spelling, thanking DJ Tira and Heavy K for taking her back to school.

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 “wud like to thank Dj Tira and Heavy K for taking me back to school to len English,” she said.


Born Ndivhunzannyi Ralivhona, Makhadzi, grew up in a small village called Ha-Mashamba Tshivhangani, Limpopo. According to Wikipedia, Makadzi attended Mukula Integrated School, where she graduated in grade 12.

After that, she enrolled for tertiary education and attained a certification in public relations. Showing her determination to further her education, Makhadzi enrolled for another certification in drama.


According to Wikipedia, the talented musician fell in love with music at a young age, performing at taxi ranks when she was 15 years old. She later joined a dancing group called Makhirikhiri as a dancer before she gave more focus to her singing.

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Makhadzi released her first album, Muvhango, in 2009, and she has never looked back since.

She grew in the industry, dishing increasingly popular albums and singles like Muhwalo Uya Ndemela and Tshanda Vhuya.

Since then, she has grown fast, winning many awards like the AFRIMA’s Best Artist, Duo or Group and Metro FM Music Awards’ Best Female Artist (African Queen 2.0).

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